Hans de Vries
Dear friends over at Physics Forums:
I have for more than two years been researching the possibility that
baryons may in fact be non-Abelian magnetic sources.
The result of this research are now formally and rigorously presented in
a paper at:
Thank you for presenting your work over here Jay. It's becoming more
interesting with each new paper.
I think we do share the viewpoint that much of the interesting and
important physics is the result of the special terms, like the spin term in
the Dirac equation for the fermions, and the extra non-Abelian term for
the Bosons. My feeling is that the universe would be just a dull homo-
geneous "soup" without these two terms.
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